Unvaccinated children are more at risk than Omicron variant, Dr Guleria gave this advice

Unvaccinated children are more at risk than Omicron variant, Dr Guleria gave this advice

 Omicron cases in the country have crossed five and a half thousand. People's concerns about this have started increasing. This variant has started taking children too, about which people are in a lot of panic. Meanwhile, AIIMS doctors have said that this variant is also effective on children and unvaccinated children are more prone to it but it is not a very serious disease. He said that children are quickly falling prey to Omicron.

In view of the impact of Omicron on children, an interactive webinar session on 'Managing Children with COVID-19' is being organized by the Union Health Ministry in collaboration with All India Institute of Medical Sciences. In this, the doctors of AIIMS, Delhi took part on Thursday. During this, he told why children are falling prey to Omicron. The throat and upper respiratory tract of children are much smaller than those of adults. Omicron is taking this part first. Children who have low immunity, they fall prey to it quickly.

So far more than three crore teenagers have taken the first dose

The pace of vaccination is progressing very fast in the country. Along with adults, now adolescents are also being vaccinated at a rapid pace. So far, the first dose of corona vaccine has been given to more than 30 million adolescents across the country. Let us inform that the vaccination campaign for adolescents started on January 3. So far more than three crore 15 lakh children have registered themselves for vaccination.

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya also congratulated the children on receiving three crore doses of corona. He had tweeted saying that more than three crore youth in the age group of 15 to 18 have received the first dose of corona vaccine. He appealed to all the eligible youth to get vaccinated at the earliest.

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Sister and brother-in-law went to the village, the young man hanged from behind

Sister and brother-in-law went to the village, the young man hanged from behind
 A youth was found hanging on Sunday in the house of GM City Colony near Amravati Nagar in Sangaria Phanta under Basni police station. The reason behind the suicide is not known, but he committed suicide either on Saturday night or early Sunday.
SHO Pana Chowdhary said that Naringaram (25) son Nanjiram Suthar, a resident of Dantiwas village under Bhinmal police station in Jalore district, committed suicide by hanging himself in his sister's house in GM City Colony. So far no reason has been found. The deceased was unmarried. His sister and brother-in-law had gone to the village on Makar Sankranti. When he came to know about this, he reached Jodhpur. An investigation has been started by registering a case on behalf of brother-in-law Nimbaram Suthar, a resident of Dhumbadia in Jalore.
Used to work with brother, came a few days ago, Jodhpur
police say that the deceased used to work with younger brother in Bangalore. He had come to Jodhpur only three or four days ago and stayed at his sister's house. On the occasion of Makar Sankranti, sisters and brothers-in-law left their homes and went to the village.
When the neighbor was sent for not picking up the phone, he came to know that the
sister and brother-in-law had made many calls to Naringaram on the mobile, but no reply was coming. In such a situation, when the brother-in-law sent his neighbor home, Naringaram was hanging on the noose of the plastic rope used in packing. He informed the landlord and the police.
Police showed strictness, cut challan
Sojat. On Sunday, challans were issued by the traffic policemen showing strictness in the town for roaming around unnecessarily, not applying masks, not following the guide line. Head constable Pukhraj, constable Guman Chauhan, traffic personnel Chhotulal Chauhan, Puran Panwar, Chandan Singh, Ajay Vishnoi cut the challans of those who were negligent in many areas including Main Bazaar, Kachari Marg, Marudhar Kesari, Rendi Pulia Marg, Mod Bhatta.

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